Essay writing for Intermediate to high level students

Essay writing for Intermediate to high level students

Tabinda Mirza

  • 1. Writing an Essay Essay Writing Workshop for Intermediate to Advanced level Tabinda Mirza
  • 2. Is it you?!
  • 3. TRY NOT TO PANIC!
  • 4. Today we are going to learn how to write an essay, step by step!
  • 5. What exactly is an Essay? ? An essay is a written collection of prose, organized and divided neatly into paragraphs ? remember that an always essay is a written form of communication and for that reason, must certanly be clear, organized and easily understandable to those reading
  • 6. What is the function of an Essay? • An essay can be used to convey and support an impression with proof and explanation • Essays enables you to persuade others to agree along with your opinion
  • 7. How come we write five paragraph essays? • The first paragraph is an introductory paragraph • The middle three paragraph will be the body paragraphs • The last paragraph may be the concluding paragraph
  • 8. ESSAY essay help BURGER

  • 9. Introductory Paragraph Introductory Paragraph and Thesis Statement • The first sentence the sentence that is first twoor in your introductory paragraph should always be a hook sentence to get your audience interested in reading your essay. • the sentence that is next list your three reasons/proofs. These must certanly be ordered from weakest to strongest (or at the least important to most important) to be sure the audience want s to help keep reading your essay. • The thesis statement is the most important part of your essay. It is a certain statement that expresses your opinion about a topic without using the text “I believe” or “I think” • Your thesis statement should only be one sentence long • Your thesis statement is always the last sentence of your introductory paragraph
  • 10. Introductory Paragraph Sample Introductory Paragraph Topic: Civil Service for all Canadians in their year that is eighteenth is. Reasons/Proofs: • Already exists in several other countries around the globe • In this economy, it is a sensible way to get some job experience • a great way for Canadians to do something worthwhile because of their country Introductory Paragraph: the main topics civil service is certainly not the one that enters the mind of several teenagers while they approach enough time of which they have been expected to make those life altering decisions that affect everyone. However, there are lots of advantageous assets to considering this dilemma. Mandatory civil service during the chronilogical age of eighteen is an admirable idea because A it already exists in many countries around the world, B it would allow teenagers to gain valuable job experience and C it really is an effective way for folks to complete something worthwhile for his or her country|it is an excellent way for individuals to do something worthwhile for their countryB it would allow teenagers to gain valuable job experience and C. For those reasons, Thesis statement civil service should| service that is civil be mandatory for many Canadians in their eighteenth year.
  • 11. The Body Paragraphs The Body Paragraphs • The body of an essay contains three paragraphs. Each paragraph relates to among the three reasons/proofs from your own introductory paragraph. • Remember, you need to continue to keep your reasons/proofs when you look at the same order. Therefore, write as you did in the introductory paragraph about them in the same order. • at the start of each body paragraph, use a transition word to remind your reader which paragraph they’re reading. • at the start if the paragraph that is first utilize the word “First” or “Firstly” • at the start of the next paragraph, make use of the word “Second” or “Secondly” • at the start of the 3rd paragraph, make use of the word “Third”, “Thirdly”, or “Finally”.
  • 12. Body Paragraphs Each body paragraph should proceed with the structure bellow: Sentence #1 • Topic sentence stating the dealt that is reason/Proof within the paragraph Sentence #2 • Offer a bit of evidence to support your reason/proof Middle Sentences • is likely to words, explain how your evidence supports or proves the reason/proof Last sentence • Concluding sentences summarizing the paragraph’s reason/proof and connecting it returning to the thesis statement.
  • 13. Concluding Paragraph First Sentence the very first sentence in your concluding paragraph should restate the thesis statement. DO NOT repeat the thesis a similar way you stated it when you look at the paragraph that is introductory. Never begin your concluding paragraph with, “In this essay, I have proven that…” Middle Sentences Rephrase (but DO copy that is NOT the three reasons/proofs. In the event that reasons/proofs are short and brief, this is often accomplished in one sentence. Otherwise, restate each in its own sentence, each beginning with an transition that is appropriate.
  • 14. Concluding Paragraph Last sentence • Finish your essay with a profound general statement that leaves your audience taking into consideration the point of one’s essay. This could take more than one sentence. • Never, never, never, even in your wildest dreams, in spite of peer pressure, introduce new information within the concluding paragraph
  • 15. Concluding Paragraph There are several different reasons why compulsory civil service for several eighteen-year-old Canadians is a idea that is beneficial. First, a great many other countries that are successful the planet already do it, so Canada can check out their examples. Secondly, young Canadians will have the opportunity to gain valuable job experience that they would never be able to do in their hometowns for themselves, often doing things. Lastly, it might give Canadians the chance to subscribe to the introduction of their country. Given our freedoms and lifestyle opportunities, it only is reasonable to back give something to your country that makes it all possible. It is an easy concept to understand, and on that will make a full world of a difference.
  • 16. Tips for Writing Formal Essays • Do not use personal pronouns (I, we, you) These suggest your essay is an opinion rather than factual • Write in Present tense • Do not use rhetorical devises or creative writing skills • Do not use contractions (Can’t, won’t, couldn’t) • usually do not use slang or informal language
  • 17. Tips for Writing Formal Essays ?Avoid using language that is vaguebe specific) ?In an essay do not simply summarize your novel/play (assume that whoever is reading knows the novel/play well) ?In the body paragraph, be as detailed and specific as possible when explaining and supporting your evidence and quotations ?Use transition words to maneuver smoothly from 1 idea to the next (in addition, lastly, as an example, therefore) ?NEVER bring up new information in your closing paragraph